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UCC 2020/2021 Academic Calendar Out for Bachelor of Education (Sandwich)

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 The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has released the 2020/2021 Academic Calendar for Bachelor of Education (Sandwich) students. The calendar covers only the first semester of the 2020/2021 academic year.


UCC 2020/2021 Academic Calendar Out

Below is the revised Calendar of Activities for the first Session of the First Semester of the 2020/2021 academic year for your attention.


1. Monday, 30th November, 2020 Online Lecturers Begin
2. Friday, December 18, 2020 Online Teaching Ends
3. December 19, 2020 Students Report
4. Monday, December 21, 2020 Face-to-Face Lectures begin
5. Tuesday, December 29, 2020 End of Lectures
6. Monday 28th to Tuesday 29 December, 2020 Monitoring of Teaching and Learning
7. Wednesday, December 30, 2020 to Friday
January 1, 2021
Quiz I
8. Monday 4th January to Friday 8th, 2021 End-of-First Semester Examinations
9. Saturday, January 9, 2021 Student go Down
10. April/May, 2021 (Holiday) Tutorials, Quiz II and End-of-First-Semester
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Modalities for Online Teaching and Learning for Tutors and Students

To have an effective online learning teaching and learning, the following modalities have been
prepared to guide the teaching and learning on the platform for lecturers and students:
1. Lecturers/tutors are expected to cover all the content of the course outline from 26
th October,
2020 to 18
th December, 2020.
2. Lecturers/tutors should make a voice or video recordings on topics be covered for the semester.
They should make sure that the voice or video recordings do not exceed 20 minutes.
3. Lecturers can also make use of PowerPoint presentation with a voice-over, explaining the content of the presentation.
4. Lecturers
MAY schedule a 1hour virtual session with students every week using ZOOM or
other video conferencing software. They, together with their students, could agree on the date, day and time convenient to them.
5. Lecturers and students should use WhatsApp and Telegram group platform for discussions, further explanations of concepts/aspects of topics not clear to them.
6. Students are encouraged to use the LMS platform as regularly as possible.
7. There is a support staff assigned to the various study centres to manage the E-Leaning platform.

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Lecturers and students who encounter difficulty could contact them.

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